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Are you open in winter? What are the opening times please?
Jan. 26, 2013 by Gemma
We don't have opening hours per se, rather:

The garden is normally open from morning to evening, seven days a week
although there may be times that we need to close the garden during
these hours.

http://www.bonningtonsquaregarden.org.uk/bylaws/

Although the garden is open during daylight hours normally - if its locked, then ITALO the shop should have keys.
It is manned by volunteers, so not always according to a strict time table.

Could you tell us where we can find what are the names of the plants that grow in bonnington square and most importantly from which country are they coming from?
Nov. 1, 2011 by Alkaios Michail
Here is the list that I have, I am sorry it does not have the countries listed, you will have to look them up in Wikipedia.
Bonnington Pleasure Garden Plant list to be checked - there may some duplication!

Choisya ternata -
Laurel nobilis (untrained)

Hydrangea Quercifolia
Euphorbia characias wulfenii
Agapanthus africanus
Hellebor foetidus 'Wester Flisk"
Cynara cardunculus

Ophiopagan planiscapus ‘Nigressens’
Ligularia ‘ Rocket’

Lavender- Augustifolius ‘Hidcote'
Melianthus major
Luzula sylvatica ‘Aurea'
Epimedium pan Frohnleiten

Phyllostaschys vivax "Aureocaulis"
Dicksonia antactica - 18"- 2' clear trunk
Viola - purple leaf - labradorica?
Mahonia lomarifolia
Fatsia japonoica
Euphorbia robbiae

Geranium / Tiarella
Eryngium pandanifolium

Lime (planted around arbour) – Tilia Cordata
Tree ferns - Dickensonia Antarctica
Yew - Taxus Baccata Linnaeus
Mulberry
Wisteria
Silver birch - Betula Pendula
Bamboo - Indocalamus Latifolia
Box - Buxus Sempervirens
Beech - Fagus Sylvatica
Dragon Aram – Dracunculus vulgaris
Mimosa - Albizia julibrissia
Fan Palm (in pot) - Chamearops humilis
Chusam Palm - Trachycarpus fortunei
Jerusalem Artichoke - Helianthus tuberosus
Myrtle - Myrtus Communis
Honey Spurge – Euphorbia melifera
Golden catalpa - Bignonloides aura
Mexican Orange Blossom – Choisya ternata
Lancewood Pseudopanax
Bear’s Breeches - Acanthus spinosas
Banana
Grapes of Oregon – Mahonia aquifolium
Mahonia limasia folia?
Miss Wilmot’s Ghost
Yucca
Cordeline
Agave folia
Red hot poker - Kniphofia
Japanese bitter orange – Poncirus trifoliata
Dogwood - Cornus
Pheasant Grass – Stipa arundinacea
Hedge – Pitosporum
Wild Violet – Viola Papilonacae
Dasylerion
Helibore
Fratilleria
Jonquils
Etc etc

Hi, please could you tell me if it's possible to use the garden for a wedding "blessing" with a group of family and friends. Also for other similar group events? If you cannot advise - please could you let me know who I can ask? Many thanks.
Jul. 20, 2012
In principal we would be delighted to hire the space to you.
You may be interested to organise the catering via the fabulous http://italodeli.co.uk/ .

The garden would be looking for a generous donation to close the garden for this event; we rely soley on donations to run this garden, and the overheads are met through these funds. No-one who volunteers to help gets paid - so 100% of all money raised goes to securing the future of this fabulous community space.

Please contact us directly to introduce for further information.

Is there a an online notice board for finding rooms or flats for rent in the square?
May. 23, 2014 by Karen, North London


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